From Luxury Listings NYC: In a neighborhood full of old co-op buildings you would expect the brand new condominium tower at 1110 Park Avenue to stand out. Instead its downright inconspicuous. A little give-away in hindsight would have been the swanky new awning or the pretty golden door.
With its bright white facade you’d be forgiven for thinking Robert A. M. Stern was the architect behind this project — what with all that Indiana limestone. But, in fact, it was designed by architect Barry Rice, who, lo-and-behold, spent 13 years working at Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Toll Brothers are the developers behind the building. The 7,000-square-foot, $29.5 million penthouse is the crown jewel of the building, spread across the 14th, 15th and 16th floors — along with the roof top. [more]